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Meet the US Small Batch No 8 from Kilchoman, a distinctive blend that marries bourbon and Oloroso Sherry matured at 46% ABV with 2014 Ruby Port hogsheads at cask strength.The result is layers of red fruits, boiled sweets, and vanilla sitting beautifully alongside Kilchoman's traditional citrus and peat smoke flavors. Cask breakdown is 20% port sweetness, 75% bourbon richness, and a cheeky 5% of sherry. Final proof - 47.7% ABV With only 2,550 bottles produced.
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This eighth edition, 2023 release of the Lucky Cat series was aged in a blend of ex-bourbon, sherry, new American oak, and ex-Sakura casks.
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Fukano Select Japanese Whisky (700ml)
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Suntory "Hibiki Japanese Harmony" Blended Japanese Whisky (750ml)
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "The newest blended whisky offering from Hibiki is burnished gold in the glass and has a bold aroma that mixes vanilla, fresh pear and a hint of smoke. The smokiness comes forward at the first sip, wrapping around a core of oak and vanilla custard and finishing long, with a mouthwatering bitter chocolate note. *Wine Enthusiast Best of 2016* (KN)" (03/2016) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Poised and complex, with typically lifted fruitiness: strawberry ice cream, pineapple, peach, balanced by delicate oak, bamboo shoot-like delica...
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Cameronbridge is one of Diageo's workhorse grain whisky distilleries, creating the backbone for its world famous brands like Johnnie Walker and White Horse, while simultaneously serving as the home for grain neutral products like Tanqueray and Pimm's. The dual purpose site is one of the biggest producers of spirit in the UK and because of that volume we were able to snag a very hot price on a 25 year old single grain Scotch barrel, mellowed naturally at a very drinkable 45.9% ABV cask strength. Those who enjoy the simple pleasure that is grain whisky wil...
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For years, we never saw Aberlour bottled by Indepedents. Considering the current interest in the distillery, it doesn't seem prudent for the current owners to be releasing stocks for others to bottle, but nevertheless we've seen 3-4 barrels of Aberlour pop up on the independent market over the last couple of years. One of the most interesting and exciting parts of enjoying Independently bottled single malts is finding unique expressions of distilleries you know and love. Connecting the familiar with the idiosyncratic nature of each individual barrel is a...
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We love us some Bowmore here at K&L. When Bowmore is on, it's unstoppable, mainly because no other Islay distillery has the same richness of fruit and oily texture in conjunction with all the peaty campfire smoke. This young barrel of Bowmore we found outside of Glasgow represents everything we love about the distillery's special style: light in color, smoked plums on the nose, fresh fruit and vanilla on the palate, swimming with the perfect amount of saline seawater and peat. The first thing David and I said to each other was: "this tastes like a younge...
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There's no amount of Caol Ila that we're not interested in. This wonderful distillery on the northern shore of Islay remains one of the great values for independent bottlers. The gorgeous maritime character and medium peat style is an approachable way into the Islay category, but isn't in the slightest bit too tame for seasoned peat lover. The old distillery was founded in 1846 overlooking the Islay Strait for which its name. Across from the distillery the majestic paps of Jura sit calmly in the distance. Considering the incredible volumes this distiller...
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In recent history, Tamdhu has occupied a front and center seat in Edrington's blends such as The Famous Grouse and Cutty Sark. The distillery has been owned by Ian Macleod since Edrington divested in 2011 and they've revamped the entire core lineup. While their work has been exceptional on the distillery's core bottlings, it's very difficult to beat the enjoyability of well aged Tamdhu at cask strength offered by our single cask program. It's been a long time since anything the Edrington group has ever touched was 80 bucks and anywhere near 19 years old ...
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The final cask from our most recent shipment of Old Particular single casks is this lovely little number from Cambus, one of Diageo's top grain distilleries until it was closed forever in 1993. That means every bottle of Cambus that gets consumed from this point out moves the whisky a step closer to total extinction! This 25 year old single cask, originally distilled in September of 1991, is a glorious example of both Cambus and grain whisky at its most splendid. The nose is a hedonistic wave of butterscotch and vanilla, followed by tropical notes on the...
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We continue to get lucky with these lovely no name Orkney's. While some suppliers are confident to charge prices similar to what we'd expect from the named version of this, others are offering incredible values for these lovely classic Orkney stocks. Over the past several years, it seems that the owners of this wonderful traditional distillery had decided to liquidate some of the stocks. Perhaps they had miscalculated there blending needs or simply needed cash, but the result is a plethora of high-quality single cask offerings in various age ranges. Whil...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Bright gold in color and fresh, this single malt from Nikka offers a pitch-perfect balance of fruit, oak and smoke. On the palate, this translates to fresh apple and subtle vanilla flavors that taper smoothly." (02/2013) K&L Notes: So you've heard that Japanese whisky is quite popular these days. You're right; it is. But while the mainstream choice is always going to be Suntory, it's Nikka that is quietly bringing the goods to your local boutique retailer. Founded by Masataka Taketsuru in 1936, the Nikka whisky company is on...
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Fettercairn distillery has been around since 1824, when it was established by Sir Alexander Ramsay, and has enjoyed a tumultuous sales history since that time. It was sold in 1830 to Sir John Gladstone, turned over to his son John Roberts in 1890, who then bought out the other investors in 1912. The distillery was closed in 1926, but reopened in 1939 by new owners Associated Scottish Distillers. In 1971 it was purchased by the Tomintoul Distillery Co, which was subsequently bought out by Whyte & Mackay in 1973, who had nothing but mergers and buy outs ov...
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Another stupendous sherried Craigellachie from Old Particular. Like last year’s 16 Year Old, this butt retains significant distillery character while still revealing that sherry aged in it for decades. The fabulous distillery just across the river from the famous Macallan distillery was once one of Speyside’s most undervalued. Now, due to repositioning and tariffs, even the entry level distillery offerings seem out of reach in value terms, let alone their extremely well regarded "Exceptional Cask" bottlings, which have gone up in price 30-40% over the la...
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Benriach is quickly becoming one of the most attractive names in Scotch. They've won some huge awards, particularly for their slightly smoky 12 year old expression designed by the illustrious Rachel Barrie. Rachel is extremely adept at developing products that offer nuance and complexity, while not compromising on flavor. What we don't see much out of most distilleries these days are LOUD whiskies - ones that step up and shout at you. And while we don't always want to be screamed at, it's impossible to deny the thrilling feeling of getting packed into a ...
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Ben Nevis sits just at the base of its namesake, Scotland's highest mountain. A coastal distillery in the Western Highlands, Ben Nevis draws its water from the Allt a'Mhuilinn which originates from two pools, Coire Leis and Coire na'Ciste, which are both sited a good way up the mountain. The distillery was founded in 1825, by the gloriously named 'Long John' MacDonald, for whom the renowned Long John blended Scotch was named. After Long John's death in 1856, ownership was passed down to Donald McDonald, his son. In 1989, the distillery was sold to the Ja...
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The Highland Park distillery has always been a favorite of aficionados. It's risen to international prominence over the last several years thanks to a strong marketing push from their owners, the Edrington Group. Their move toward highlighting the Orkney's Viking history has brought about plethora of unique "limited" offerings and special editions. While many have been very good, the general theme is fewer age statements and higher prices. But, something has happened over couple of years. An unbelievable amount of "no name" Orkney casks have popped up at...
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This elegant single malt from Nikka bears a dark, vibrant gold color, with smoke and caramel aromas. On the palate, look for well-balanced notes of citrus peel, cedar and oak, and a gentle waft of smoke. An astringent sensation on the finish sets the mouth watering, leading to a full-bodied, almost oily texture. Recommended for sipping neat. (KN)" (02/2013) 92 points Whisky Advocate: "Yoichi age statements are gone for now, but if the whisky stays this good, I can live with that. Black earthy peat, smoldering fires, a turned...
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The excellent Tamdhu distillery is one we've worked with previously, but the spirit itself doesn't make it to the open market too often. The distillery, near the village of Knockando, has wide onion-shaped stills. Couple that with classic wooden washbacks and you've got one of the most reliable malts on the market. Part of why we don't see more of this excellent spirit on the open market is that the blenders do value the quality and consistency so highly. Since Tamdhu's purchase by Ian Macleod (owners of the Chiefton's Brand) in 2011, their revamped dist...
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It's comical to think Laphroaig is charging $350 for their official bottling single casks that are 7 years old! We obvioulsy passed on that because we are still finding exceptional gems like this. Here we have a 10 year old for just $90! All that big bombastic peat and iodine in a classic ex-Bourbon cask giving the balaced vanilla and creamy malt center stage. At 53.5% ABV and without coloring or chill filtration, this is surely one of the best ways to add more of Islay's Southern shore to your life.
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This is just stupid. It just shouldn't be this inexpensive. This cask is richer and more expressive than the 22 year old we sold last year. It's got tons of the Bunnahabhain appley character, with subtle saline to balance the expressiveness and power of the fruit. Much richer texturally than the ultra light weight cask from last year. So why the hell aren't we selling it for more? Well, that's what Faultline is all about. When you buy this we guarantee that this is absolute best value we can get you on single malt. Believe it, because you won't believe w...
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The Longmorn Distillery is located in the Speyside region near Elgin, Moray and has been established since 1894. The 16 year old, has been aged in oak casks that are hand picked for quality of spirit, age and are bottled at 46% and remain in their natural form with no chill filtering or colorings of any kind. Color: Light amber with rich golden highlights Nose: Light smoke with sweet fruitiness Palate: Grapes and baked apples and light oakiness with a finish that is complex, full and long
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This is just stupid. It just shouldn't be this inexpensive. We were incredibly tempted to release this cask right where last years Bunnahabhain was: at $100. We could have and sold it all. This cask is richer and more expressive than the 22 year old we sold last year. It's got tons of the Bunnahabhain appley character, with subtle saline to balance the expressiveness and power of the fruit. Much richer texturally than the ultra light weight cask from last year. So why the hell aren't we selling it for more? Well, that's what Faultline is all about. When ...
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12 year old single cask for 1990 Clynelish bottled by the wonderful Cadenhead's Company in 2002.
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If there's one thing we can help take credit for here at K&L, it's been helping to remove the undeserved stigma associated with grain whisky in the Scotch industry. Maligned and misunderstood for years, it wasn't until we started launching a number of 25-50 year old releases at ridiculously reasonable prices that hearts and minds began to change. When Nikka brought their delicious Coffey Still editions to the market and people saw just how fruity and delicious these corn and unmalted barley whiskies could be, we think grain whisky finally got over the hu...
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Miltonduff was all over our trip this year, whether in its normal single malt form or under the name Mosstowie, referring to a separate whisky made on site using a Lomand still. While we skipped the Mosstowie (those Lomond stills are hard to work with no doubt) we could not pass up the opportunity to buy delicious, cask strength, 18-year-old whisky for this price. Miltonduff might be familiar to some as it is the key ingredient in the famous Ballantine's blend. It is this particular whisky that makes me believe the Ballantine's 17-year could actually be ...
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The wild peated malt from the Tobermory distillery has slowly but surely gathered a serious following over the years. Ledaig (pronounced lay-chick) is one of Scotland's most idiosyncratic spirits. Often there's a desire to compare it to its smoke island sisters on Islay to the south, but the whisky truly has its own character and isn't easily compared to any other distillers out there. Located on the picturesque and farflung Isle of Mull, the tiny town of Tobermory is famous for its colorful houses. The whisky distillery there was founded in 1798 making ...
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This 16 year old single barrel, cask strength version of Laphroaig is simply classic across the board and having spent that time in a refill hogshead the wood influence is mellow and just enough to round out the edges. At 53.2% ABV, the proof is punchy enough to lift the peat smoke and elevate the phenolic notes, but this is still a whisky you can drink neat. It's full of everything you love about Laphroaig without any of the gimmicky or marketing-related spins we see so often on the mass market today. There's no cask finishing or special lost recipe her...
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Technically a Highland whiskey, Glengoyne sits on the very southern edge of the region. In fact, their warehouses which sit just across the road from the distillery, are in the Lowlands. Regardless of regional designation Glengoyne has been one of the best whiskies on our shelf for quite sometime. The distillery's 21 year old bottling has by far been the most popular in their lineup, in part because of our extraordinary pricing ($140). When we saw we would be able to offer this cask for just $100 bucks our jaws dropped. Cask strength 21 year old Glengoyn...
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Glen Moray is a distillery that has historically been a victim of its own success. Long owened by Glenmorangie's ownership group, Macdonald & Muir, Glen Moray served as a malt for the budget conscious consumer. Despite making excellent whisky and being widly consumed, it never really recovered from this association. The good news is that today $100 bucks for anything with a big age statement is firmly in the "budget" category, and this malt over delivers in a big way. It's supremely soft and supple. Fruity, round, heavy with vanilla, honey and pretty flo...
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Ben Nevis is owned today by the Japanese whisky company Nikka, who purchased the Western Highland distillery back in 1989. Since that time we've tasted a variety of styles from the Fort Williams facility, both peated and unpeated, but this barrel might be the best expression of Ben Nevis we've ever carried. Supple, succulent, and round on the palate, the malt simply balloons over the palate with big, sweet flavors of dried apricot, honey, marmalade, and vanilla. In fact, the whisky is so creamy and sweet on the finish that we had to double back and ask a...
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Miltonduff is an old Hiram Walker distillery that was purchased by Pernod Ricard in 2005. It's known mostly for its role in the Chivas Blended whiskies, but we've had tremendous success with the single malt version through our independent cask business. The Highland flavor is pure, simple, and to the point, often matching other more-renowned distilleries in terms of quality, but for a fraction of the price. This lovely 19 year old cask is classic malt for classic malt drinkers: sweet barley, soft vanilla, a burst of oak spice on the back end, and lovely ...
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Let's get the hardest part out of the way: It's pronounced "Ah-thrusk." This non-peated nutty and spicy malt is the result of hot and fast whisky making. A quick mash of the malt, a short fermentation period, and a rapid boil in the wash still leave this whisky heavy and rich. A style that makes it a cult favorite for drinkers and blender's alike. Located just south of the Burn of Mulben and east of the River Spey, Auchroisk was originally built to supply J&B with malt for their famous blend. There have been distillery bottlings since 1986, but it is mor...
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There is only one distillery on the Isle of Mull and while it has a history dating back to the late 1700s, for much of that history, the distillery has been closed. Fortunately for us, in the 1990s the distillery was opened again after its most recent 11 year closure, and has gone back to producing classic island malts. With its small production of less than 1 million liters per year the distillery makes two very different malts today. Tobermory is the namesake malt of the distillery and is generally, although confusingly, not always unpeated. Ledaig is ...
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This incredible collaboration between Alexander Murray and K&L is part of the first batch of Faultline casks we've had in years. There are a couple of factors that qualify a cask for inclusion in this special program. The casks must be absolutely exceptional, and they must represent the best possible value for our customers. As the whisky boom has continued to explode across the world, fewer sources are available and scarcity means higher prices. The great casks we find are less likely to be made available to us under our own brand as our suppliers want ...
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The excellent Ben Nevis Distillery is quickly becoming one of our absolute favorite malts. The wonderful old distillery at the base of Scotland's tallest mountain was built in the town of Fort Williams back in 1825. Founded by "Long" John Macdonald, the namesake of the famous old blend, Ben Nevis was one of the first single malt distilleries to install a coffey still on site, producing both grain and malt whiskies for blends. In 1989, the distillery was acquired by Nikka and became focused almost entirely on the Japanese market. US releases are extremely...
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***NO GIFT BOX ** Part of Diageo's line of eight single malt whiskies to commemorate the eighth and final season of HBO's hit television series Game of Thrones, which is based on the novels of the same name by George R.R. Martin. As Castle Black, the home of the Night's Watch, lies between Westeros and the lands to the north beyond The Wall, so does Oban sit between the west Highlands and the Islands of Scotland.
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For years, we never saw Aberlour bottled by Indepedents. Considering the current interest in the distillery, it doesn't seem prudent for the current owners to be releasing stocks for others to bottle, but nevertheless we've seen 3-4 barrels of Aberlour pop up on the independent market over the last couple of years. One of the most interesting and exciting parts of enjoying Independently bottled single malts is finding unique expressions of distilleries you know and love. Connecting the familiar with the idiosyncratic nature of each individual barrel is a...
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Fettercairn isn't the most well-known of Scottland's Highland single malt distilleries, but it's a well-established part of the Whyte & Mackay empire and is renowned by blenders for its light and malty character. Those who like their Highland malts with plenty of buttery biscuit, sweet vanilla, and a dash of orange blossom will go gaga for this 21 year old barrel strength release, especially as the aforementioned flavors are lifted and vibrant at 51.9% ABV. As has been our strategy over the last few years, we dug through numerous samples of Fettercairn a...
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Although we didn't advertise it at the time, we actually selected this first-fill sherry barrel of Glenlivet from Signatory as part of our 2012 trip. We thought the whisky was simply outstanding, a shining example of what the classic Speyside distillery can accomplish when one fantastic barrel is isolated from the rest of the batch. What we wanted to do was wait until this cask hit its 16th birthday, then bottle it immediately. You could tell it was right on the cusp of greatness, but it just needed an extra year. While the standard Glenlivet expressions...
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Closed by Diageo in 2009, Port Dundas was formerly a grain distillery that operated in North Glasgow, providing the base whiskies for White Horse and Johnnie Walker. Over the years we have bottled a number of wonderful old grain casks for reasonable prices, and today is no exception. This 28 year old beauty is a candyland of excitement. It has flashes of sweet stonefruit and strawberry preserve. The palate jumps from toasted, candied coconut to vanilla shortbread and then back to honey granola and cinnamon sugar toast. There is a glazed nutty finish and ...
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The Balblair distillery is still one of the truly unsung heroes of the Highlands. Official record sets the founding in 1790, but illicit distillation was ubiquitous in these far-flung parts of the Highlands long before that. The little distillery just a stone's throw from Glenmorangie, offers some of the prettiest malt in Scotland. The water source, Allt Dearg, has slight peaty character which although not overtly detectable in the whisky serves to add complexity to the already layered malt coming from these small stills in Edderton. When the brand appro...
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Whisky Advocate: "After six ‘Work in Progress’ releases, Kilkerran from Glengyle Distillery has finally come of age with this core expression. It comprises 70% whisky from first-fill bourbon casks and 30% from sherry casks. Floral on the nose, with honey and a hint of brine, then peaty fruit notes develop. The palate is confident and oily, slightly earthy, with tinned peaches, black pepper, cinnamon, smoke, and a suggestion of medicine chests. The finish is relatively long, with pepper, licorice, and drying oak. (GS, Winter 2016)" K&L Notes: When the do...
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